BMI: Body Mass Index is a way to categorise an adult under normal weight, underweight, overweight and obese based on their weight and height. This helps to understand the risk of lifestyle and cardiovascular diseases in an adult.
BMR: Basal Metabolic Rate is the rate of energy burned at rest per unit time to maintain the fundamental function of a body. The functions include respiration, blood circulation, thermoregulation, contraction of muscles and much more. BMR is influenced by several factors including age, weight, height, gender, lean muscle mass and body fat percentage.
WHR: Waist-Hip Ratio is the ratio of circumference of the waist to hip. It works as an indicator of abdominal fat distribution in an individual to understand the risks of cardiovascular and lifestyle diseases.

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